Energizing Grid Modernization with Analog Devices

ADI’s Demos at Stand 7.2.C10

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At ENLIT 2023, Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) will be demonstrating its holistic view of the energy grid, and the company’s solutions for grid modernization, from renewable energy generation to energy storage, grid digitalization, and charging infrastructure. Regardless of complexity, ADI solutions aim to simplify the paradigm into energy conversion, energy management, and energy storage.

New Shunt-Based Polyphase Energy Meter Solution
Analog Devices’ 2nd generation of isolated ADCs brings significant improvements for shunt-based energy measurements in terms of form factor, performance, and EMI. A polyphase AC energy meter solution will be shown, measuring 3-phases and the neutral to be used in utility electric meters, as well as ‘behind-the-meter’ applications.

Smart Meter Portfolio
Analog Devices offers a wide variety of single-phase and polyphase solutions to meet different smart meter use cases. This demo will show ADI solutions spanning from its innovative mSure® self-calibration, meter accuracy monitoring with advanced tamper detection, to its power management solutions with supercap chargers.

Class S Power Quality Monitoring Solution
Power Quality Monitoring is becoming more critical for the reliability and stability of the grid as a variety of DERs (Distributed Energy Resources) are getting connected. Furthermore, being able to measure the Power Quality being delivered gives better insights to improve energy efficiency and optimize uptime of the end equipment. This demo will show the ADI solution for a certified IEC 61000-4-30 Class S Power Quality Meter.

DC Metering Solutions
The need to measure DC is expanding with the increase in DC fast chargers for electric vehicles, as well as a variety of grid systems operating on DC power. Analog Devices is showing the latest solution that is a fit for both AC as well as DC applications.

Power Conversion Solutions
The increase in renewable DERs creates a need for improved grid stability. Bi-directional on-board chargers (OBCs) such as this 11 kW OBC featuring ADI’s new Smart Switch product family, enable electric vehicles to contribute their energy to the grid and deliver grid stability and peak shaving when needed most.

Energy Storage Solutions
Energy Storage Systems are essential to stabilise the grid with increased on-boarding of renewable generation, and annual deployment is forecast to increase 6-fold by 2030. This demo is a complete BMS system for Li-ion battery Energy Storage that highlights ADI’s highest accuracy BMS, most robust isolated communications and MCU hardware and software.

EV AC Charging Solutions
The addition of Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment on the grid is expanding quickly, but needs to accelerate even further. ADI empowers our customers to build their own charging system quickly and easily, with the help of 2 open reference designs: a 22kW AC Wallbox (Level 2) platform with metrology and charge controller, and a 3.6kW AC Cordset (Level 1) reference design.

ADI Speaking Program at ENLIT 2023:

Summit Panel Session: Achieving a Net Zero Industry
Patrick Morgan
, Corporate Vice President, Automotive Electrification & Sustainable Energy
Date: November 29, 2023
Time: 11:15 AM – 12:30 PM
Location: Evolve Stage (Hall 7.3)

Empowering Grid Intelligence, Security, and Flexibility Through Advancements in Semiconductor Technologies
Dermot O’Keeffe, Product Line Director, Smart Grid Solution Group
Date: November 29, 2023
Time: 16:15 PM – 16:30 PM
Location: Digitalisation Hub – Theatre 2 (Hall 7.3)

Enabling EV Charging Infrastructure to Support e-Mobility on the Grid
Wayne Meyer, Marketing Director, Automotive Electrification and Sustainable Energy Group
Enabling EV Charging Infrastructure to Support e-Mobility on the Grid
Date: November 30, 2023
Time: 11:55 AM – 12:15 PM
Location: Decarbonisation Hub – Theatre 2 (Hall 7.3)

For more information, visit ADI’s ENLIT 2023 web page.

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